Joe Biden Says He Won’t Deport Illegal Immigrants

President Joe Biden publicly said it is “not rational” to send illegal immigrants back to where they came from.

“Fewer immigrants [are] coming from Central America and from Mexico,” Biden lied to reporters when he was asked about the huge migration constantly coming to the southern border.

“This is a totally different circumstance [from prior years]. What’s on my watch now is Venezuela, Cuba, and Nicaragua. And the ability to send them [the migrants] back to those states is not rational,” Biden said.

Americans are suffering the financial consequences of Biden and his Democrat cohorts letting millions of illegal immigrants stay in the United States. Wages are going down all while rent and housing prices rise, inflation skyrockets, and prices for goods double.

The GOP is hoping Biden’s nonsensical border policy will be in their favor regarding the November midterm elections. With drugs and crime coming through the border, Republicans hope this will cause Democrat voters to give pause when considering who to vote for.

Around two million illegal immigrants have entered the U.S. since Biden took office.

Four of the most significant countries migrants leave from include Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala. The millions of illegal immigrants from these countries have taken American jobs and housing.

In just August alone, 56,000 illegal immigrants were let in by the Biden administration. Biden claims the U.S. must welcome them as refugees leaving oppressive communist places.

GOP Governors such as Florida’s Ron DeSantis and Texas’ Greg Abbot have sent illegal immigrants found in their states and sent them to sanctuary cities. Democrats have shown their true hypocrisy by lashing out about dealing with illegal immigrants in their areas.

DeSantis sent a plane load of illegal immigrants to Martha’s Vineyard, prompting Democrats to act quickly and remove them from the island.

“We should not be using people, migrants who are fleeing communism, as a political pawn,” Biden’s spokeswoman said about the Martha’s Vineyard incident.

“Failing communist regimes in Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Cuba are driving a new wave of migration across the Western Hemisphere, including the recent increase in encounters at the southwest U.S. border,” Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Chris Magnus, said in a Friday statement. “Those fleeing repressive regimes pose significant challenges for [deportations],” he said.

With no hope of border security and immigration solutions in sight, Americans should brace themselves for the repercussions of having an open border nation.